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    Is there a relationship between the "mauve" glove and why the tree you removed was fenced-in on three sides?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nebraska View Post
    Is there a relationship between the "mauve" glove and why the tree you removed was fenced-in on three sides?
    That glove is pink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nebraska View Post
    Is there a relationship between the "mauve" glove and why the tree you removed was fenced-in on three sides?
    The tree grew there wild and was untamed, I didn't want to take any chances of it getting into the road. Thanks for asking.................

    Just like it never happened...

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    Both are now gone...

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    post holes cut with BH

    I've been replacing fences smashed by the storm six months ago that stopped a train in its tracks loaded with commuters and kept them there for two days and nights before they could get to them.
    I have a phd but its a pain to take off and on and besides i don't have an auger large enough for cut up telephone poles so i decided to see if my itty bitty BH could do the job. I was surprised at how good it worked.
    I cut them into eight foot sections and set them three foot deep. I used the loader to push them down a little deeper and level them. Sorry i didn't get a pix of that part.
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    Wvdeere, I know this is late and not much conquered but I said I would post the 3rd function control and hydraulic plumbing lines on my new 2025r.

    I did get another 20 yd dumpster packed full in addition to the 30 yd dumpster.

    Don’t mind the mess in the garage. It’s temp storage for it.
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    Been working on quite a bit these past few days. I Finished my rock wall, reworked the path from the driveway to my back porch, added some gravel to the driveway, and finished up my pad for my shooting bench. The Deere has been a big help with grading areas and transportation of materials.

    Next I’m putting some concrete pavers by my furnace to pile ashes on. This area will be regraded as well. It’ll look way nicer though and be more functional. In the summer it always just filled in with crab grass.
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    Moved the RV trailer out of its shelter and dug up a leaking pipe for repair at the yard hydrant. It was a cracked check valve. Caused a huge water bill last month.

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    Well since my great deal disc's are busted all to heck and parts haven't come in yet I hooked up the tiller and took it to the hunt club. Got allot of work done with the majority of the members showing up and equipment they brought. I know how you guys like photos but all I got was one. I know I know, next time I'll get more.

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